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Bob Weir Live at The Fillmore on 1997-03-06

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Bob Weir Live at The Fillmore on 1997-03-06




David Murray Octet with guests Bob Weir and Phil Lesh

Set 1:

introduction
Shakill's Warrior
High Priest
The Desegregation of Our Children
Bob Weir introduction
song with Bob?? (1)
Jeff Chemente introduction
The Fight Song (2)
Phil Lesh introduction
Shakedown Street (3)
Samson and Delilah (3)
band introductions and set break

Set 2:
Dark Star (3)
One More Saturday Night (3)
Hope Scope
China Doll (1)
Shakedown Street (1)
David Murray says thanks and band introductions


The band was:
David Murray - tenor saxaphone
John Purcell - alto saxaphone
Winston Byrd - trumpet
Julius Melendez - trumpet
Wayne Wallace - trombone
Stan Franks - guitar
Charles Green - keyboards
Clarence "pookie" Jenkins - electric bass
Ranzell Merritt - drums

(1) with Bob Weir
(2) with Jeff Chementi and Bob Weir
(3) with Phil Lesh


Collection BobWeir
Band/Artist Bob Weir
Venue The Fillmore
Location San Francisco, CA

Source Sennheiser ME66 (AKG C100s) > Tascam DA-P1 (48k)
Lineage Panasonic 3800 > Motu 828mk3 > Sound Forge (tracked) > Media Monkey 3.2.4 > FLAC 1648
Taped by Kerry Barbato
Transferred by Kerry Barbato

Notes

I believe this was the 2nd show for any of the GD members to play after Jerry's death.


This is sampled at 48k, not at 44.1k

Setlist from Setlist.com

if you know the name of the missing track, please let me know.

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